Sri Velamoor joined us in May to talk about what he has learned in his years as a Product Manager - and how it applied to his current company - Indix.
The one piece of advice he said everyone should walk away with? 'Get out of the building'. Go and talk to your…Continue
Added by Jon White on May 23, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
If your role includes product strategy, or inbound product management (aka ‘What to build?’) then I maintain that 1:1 customer interviews are the most important tool in your box. They are also one of the most underused. I will be exploring this topic more over the next few months but for now here are some quick tips I have found useful along the way.…
Added by Jon White on May 12, 2013 at 6:11pm — No Comments
Seattle and its neighboring areas are a hub for product development and innovation. There are numerous start-ups and big fortune 500 companies in Pacific Northwest making innovative world-class products which require an ever growing need for Product Managers.
A quick analysis on Google Trends…Continue
For 2013 we have a new board, a new structure and a new plan. We want to share what we have been up to, and some of the problems we have been tackling. Why share?
we want to be transparent about the PMC and how we work…
For those companies that believe their product managers contribute greatly to their success, who want to reward them by supporting their ongoing learning and networking, PMC now offers a corporate membership program whose levels are as follows:
Added by Bill Davis on April 12, 2013 at 2:50pm — No Comments
We are a volunteer-run non-profit organization, and we have been serving product lifecycle professionals of Seattle since February of 2000! We have always tried to add value for 'product people' and always tried to provide high quality events and online resources for product lifecycle professionals to connect, share, participate, and learn. We have been producing high quality content for 13 years without needing to pay ourselves, and we plan to continue the trend in…Continue
Added by Jon White on April 11, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
We have two product manager roles available at TiVo in San Jose, CA.
Here are the links:
Many people who visit a ProductCamp for the first time are intrigued by the unconference format. Can anyone really propose a session? The answer is yes. If you have got something people want…Continue
Added by Jon White on March 12, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Attached with this blog is the slides from February 2013 Event: Balancing Product Portfolios by Pete Frickland.
Added by Loma Desai on February 27, 2013 at 2:25pm — No Comments
The Product Management Consortium is looking to achieve big goals in 2013 to better serve you, the product management community. We will build a stronger product management community through more relevant PMC programming and higher impact social presence. We’ve more than doubled the size of the board, enabling the PMC the ability to bring fresh ideas and skills to strengthen the organization. As members, you ARE the PMC. The Board is here to meet your needs. Please contact any one of…Continue
Added by Arlene Martin on February 20, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
I got some great feedback on he topic I spoke about at ProductCamp 2012 - Design for Failure in Cloud Computing. The slide deck is shared by the organizers on this site.
An interesting development after my session, I will be teaching a course on Scalable & Data-Intensive Computing in the Cloud in Spring 2013. It is the 3rd course in UWCE's certification program in Cloud Computing. While signing up for the entire program is encouraged, one-offs are allowed.
Added by Ashay Chaudhary on December 19, 2012 at 11:20am — No Comments
This is the second of two blog posts that dive into the feedback we received on ProductCamp Seattle 2012. The first post focuses on the quantitative data - this one explores specific feedback. By sharing this with our community we hope to start conversations about what we can do better next year.…Continue
This is the first of two blog posts that dive into the feedback we received on ProductCamp Seattle 2012. This post focuses on the quantitative data - the next will explore specific feedback. By sharing this with our community we hope to start conversations about what we can do better next year.
ProductCamp 'releases' are a year in-between and the market changes more quickly than we can…Continue
Added by Jon White on December 5, 2012 at 6:58pm — No Comments
If you are interested in learning how to build and sustain successful, integrated interactive marketing programs and would like to strengthen your understanding of digital marketing methods for generating traffic and/or customer engagement including search engine optimization (SEO), then check out our UW Certificate Program in Advanced Interactive Marketing. The program is designed for…Continue
Added by Britta Simon on November 21, 2012 at 2:33pm — No Comments
This is a guest blog post written by Adam Lewkovitz that originally appeared at AdamLewkovitz.com. Adam is a Senior Product Manager for Amazon and works on the App Store. This blog post was based on a very popular session Adam ran at ProductCamp Seattle 2012 entitled 'Stop Fighting Fires and #GTD'.
Greetings from iSense Prowareness!
Please allow me to introduce the organization that I represent:
iSense Prowareness is a 100% Agile organization that specializes in the area of Agile/Scrum training, consulting and coaching (basic, intermediate and advanced levels) and we cordially invite you to Agile-X 2011 – ‘The First Annual Executive Agile Conference’!
Agile-X is a whole day conference designed to address the…Continue
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I was recently asked to write this blog post on 'why I love ProductCamp'. The request itself speaks to one of the things I love about ProductCamp, namely the chance to work with 'product people'. The request came from the ProductCamp Seattle Marketing Team…Continue
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